“Macondo is not a place, but a state of mind that allows one to see what one wants to see, and how” – Gabriel Garcia Márquez
In the process of transitioning to a more stable, equal and sustainable world, most societies are shaping a new vision for the future, and new foundations for the ages to come. In envisioning new ways of living, much may be learned from Cosmovision and the women from the Altiplano.
Join Marco Vernaschi’s immersive workshops in the heart of the Andean Altiplano. Enjoy the journey, unleash your creativity and learn to express your personal vision.
GAUCHA, the short film written and directed by Marco Vernaschi for Apple’s global campaign #ShotOnIphone, tells the inspiring story of Julia Lamas, a self-empowered matriarch from Argentina.
Scattered along the “Northern Limit Line,” an invisible boundary in the Yellow Sea that divides the waters of the two sides of the Korean Peninsula, are a string of tiny
Lines and Lineage prints by Tomas van Houtryve will be on display at the Baudoin Lebon gallery (booth 205) at AIPAD in New York City from April 5 to 8, 2018.
Recorded March 2017 The Procession Panel, San Juan County, Utah The 15-foot long panel depicts 179 human-like forms coming from three different directions and converging on a central circle. Other
On the way back from a spring scouting trip to the Comb Wash / Bears Ears area of Utah I stopped to shoot a new model of the Great Gallery
Atlanta, GA –Take a stunning visual trip along the Silk Road with National Geographic Magazine photographer Michael Yamashita. The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and The Carter Center will
Shooting the Northern Lights with a Lumia Smartphone by Stephen Alvarez It stuns me how fast imaging technology is changing. Not in DSLRs. They are fantastic but have not advanced